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Not a bad week for me...

Wrapped up another game of #Teotihuacan: City of Gods with and . She wiped the floor with us this time around. Looking forward to including in some future plays :)

Sarah's grandparents came up to visit for the weekend which brought her parents and siblings up here as well. We haven't seen her grandparents in a couple of years now so that was nice to see them again. Her nana brought a few versions of Monopoly with her and we only got around to playing #Monopoly Super Electronic Banking. I still have no idea why her family likes Monopoly so much haha but I will say this version played really quick and was actually bearable. I also introduced them to #Camel Up (Second Edition) and #Monikers which were both a ton of fun as always.

We've started our (my) quest in trying to play all of our new games from last month. Spoiler alert, I got even more than I had posted about. We played #Kashgar: Merchants of the Silk Road last night and Sarah really enjoyed it. We both agreed that it might get a little boring over time but we like it for now!

Caved. I'm not put off by the theme or anything and am willing to try anything at this point. I'm banking on the other half to really dig it since she really enjoys those time peroids.

1. My interest is betwen medium and high. Personally, I'm super interested but from what I've read, people appreciate better with more plays. What that means for me is that it's probably not something I'd feasibly get around to until the holidays. Not even totally sure I'll have time for more than one play of this, sadly. At least not anytime soon.

2. How small is "small"? Maybe 1 expensive game for myself if I can figure out what to pick! And small-ish games for the rest for sure. My immediate family members are casual players for sure. 

3. Probably #Battlestar Galactica: The Board Game. I have never seen this show, and I don't know any of these characters. If they are banking on nostalgia, it's going to get nowhere with me. While I don't mind the sci-fi theme at all, I can't say it's something I gravitate towards to either. If I did win, I'd definitely still try it! If a game is good and fun, then it really doesn't matter what the theme is, so long as the mechanics are solid.